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Old 06-15-2016, 08:46 PM   #311
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The outside shower faucet swap is a must.
When you had the pipes and water pump exposed, did you happen to notice if your hose to the water pump was sucked in flat?
Mine was almost sucked flat, so I replaced it with pex.

Also did you read the side of the hoses that come off the hot water tank?
"NOT FOR USE WITH HOT WATER"
Oh well....
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Old 06-15-2016, 09:58 PM   #312
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Didn't notice the not for hot water, but the flattened hose, I looked at, figuring that's a project of the fortune. What I didn't look at was from the valve where're flattened hose terminates, back to the tank. What does that hose look like?
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Old 06-16-2016, 06:11 AM   #313
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That's funny... I never looked at that one.
It must have been ok or I would have noticed it was flattened.
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Old 06-17-2016, 05:15 AM   #314
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Two more mods completed last night. Added the door struts to the overhead cabinets over the living room television, so that the cabinet doors stay open when you are adjusting radio, or in the storage cabinet. Excellent $7.00 modification. Now I just need to pick-up six more struts, for the three overhead cabinets over the recliners and the three in the bunk room.

Also, wife was worried about stuff falling from shelves in mbr nose cabinet, so I installed three lightweight tailgate nets (Walmart or any auto parts outlet) to hold things in place, but be easily removable, for access.

Next project: real towel bars, tp holder, etc for the bathroom....
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Old 06-17-2016, 09:22 PM   #315
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Picture came out sideways, but my son was complaining that his feet hurt going up to the loft and I agreed. Solved by getting 3 pieces of wood, using countersink bit and adding them on top of existing round slats. Best upgrade yet! No more painful feet!! Lol
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Old 06-17-2016, 09:27 PM   #316
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Installed 39" insignia and sound with sub in bunk room. One of last weeks projects..
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32" from bunk room to loft.
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Old 06-18-2016, 06:17 AM   #318
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Nice work UpstateNYer. I like the stair mod!


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Two more mods completed last night. Added the door struts to the overhead cabinets over the living room television, so that the cabinet doors stay open when you are adjusting radio, or in the storage cabinet. Excellent $7.00 modification. Now I just need to pick-up six more struts, for the three overhead cabinets over the recliners and the three in the bunk room.

Also, wife was worried about stuff falling from shelves in mbr nose cabinet, so I installed three lightweight tailgate nets (Walmart or any auto parts outlet) to hold things in place, but be easily removable, for access.

Next project: real towel bars, tp holder, etc for the bathroom....
Fire Instructor can you tell me what length the struts need to be?
That's one other thing I need to also do.

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Fire Instructor can you tell me what length the struts need to be?

That's one other thing I need to also do.



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